Mrs. Antoinette H. Mosley, also known as Miss Toni to her students, is a native of Jennings, Louisiana, and has nearly twenty years of youth ministry experience. She is the daughter and grand-daughter of youth ministry leaders. She is a graduate of McNeese State University with a B.A. in English Education and Southern University and A&M College with a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision. She also holds a Master of Divinity in Christian Education and Youth Ministry from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Mrs. Mosley is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and is the recipient of the MLK Jr. Award as well as her hometown’s key to the city. She is also a Golden Key Honor Society member. Mrs. Mosley has taught public school and has led several local, state, and national youth mission trips. Additionally, she has served as associate professor of English at National Bible College in Fort Washington, Maryland. She has also written Sunday school curriculum for R. H. Boyd Publishing, Judson Press, and has been a contributor to other Christian education resources. She served nearly 13 years as the full-time youth minister of Centennial Olivet Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky where the Rev. Dr. Wilbur S. Browning, Sr. is pastor. She is currently serving as the youth ministry consultant for the Baptist Fellowship Center, a ministry of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Mrs. Mosley is newly married and is encouraged by the support of her husband, mother, and home church, St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. She enjoys spending time with her husband and traveling. Mrs. Mosley is passionate about helping youth to find their unique places in God’s plan.